Midtown Miami is located north of the Downtown Central Business District in a triangular bit of land nestled between the Design District, Edgewater and Wynwood. Biscayne Boulevard & the Florida East Coast Railway is to the east, North Miami Avenue to the west and NW 36 Street is on the north side.
The Midtown Miami project started in 2005 as a planned urban development with a mix of residential condominiums and lofts, a hotel, parks, and shopping center called “The Shops at Midtown”. The retail shops and restaurants include Target, Sports Authority, PetsMart, West Elm, Guess, HomeGoods, Marshalls, Prohibition Restaurant & Speakeasy, 100 Montaditos, Wine Vault, Sakaya Kitchen and many more.
Midtown, along with South Beach, Wynwood, the Design District and other Miami locations, also plays host to the annual Art Miami during Art Basel week.
According to its developers: “Midtown’s urban design is reminiscent of New York’s So Ho district with a Miami twist. There are more than 60 uniquely designed floor plans, with multi-level, loft and tower spaces that are the best in fresh, urban architecture. Ware-house windows, exposed ten foot high concrete ceilings, kitchens and baths with the most modern of finishes tie it all together to give each residence an individual look that is distinct to Midtown Miami.”
Residential buildings located in Midtown Miami:
- Midtown 2: 32 story high-rise with 326 units
- Midtown 4: 32 story high-rise with 394 units; available penthouses starting at $699,000
- Midblock: 11 story mid-rise; 173 units – 1 & 2 BR, Live-Work lofts and Townhome Villas – starting at $306,900
- Hyde/Midtown 3: hotel
- Midtown 5: planning stages
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Call Melanie Dawn at 305.801.3133 for more information
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